Exercise has been shown to improve mental health by reducing anxiety, depression and negative mood and by improving self-esteem and cognitive function, but that's just the start....
Exercise has also been found to alleviate symptoms such as low self-esteem and social withdrawal.
Exercise also increases blood circulation in the brain, which is linked to improvements in mood and attention. Spending as little as 20 minutes a day on exercise can actually increase your overall productivity, and decrease energy wasted from mental stress
As well as the above exercise can improve mental health and function in the following ways: Frustration tolerance; reduced tension; increased attention and productivity; better sleep; stronger immune system; increased confidence.
Add some fresh air into your exercise routine and the benefits increase even further.Back to all blog posts